Hay x Brahe Collaboration At MoMA

Well-designed kitchen utensils have become a real pleaser in the contemporary home section, and any frequenter to the kitchen (yes, male and female) will know just how much better performing they are in all culinary preparation.

Hay are a Danish designer-retailer obviously well-known for their playful, minimalist designs, and recently they have teamed up with Danish chef Frederik Bille Brahe to introduce a line of 200-strong kitchen wares. Based out of Copenhagen (or Kobenhavn for the traditionalists), Brahe is a talent that can be found at restaurant Atelier September and has previously collaborated with the fashion behemoth at last year's Salone del Mobile. Now available exclusively at MoMA Design Store, SATORI & SCOUT are sure you will find every piece of this kitchen collection as eye-watering as each other.

Ranging cutlery, mugs, chopping boards, tins, pots, tumblers and vases, each design is intriguing and architectural. Minimalist and entirely form follows function, each design can be mixed and matched with one another to make that new contemporary-chic kitchen place of yours. Do we have a favourite? Probably the two tone cutlery that ihas a material surface finish than skin moisturiser. Discover more about the architect project online at: Store.Moma.org

Photography credit : MoMA

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